Though not all of us were blessed with jobs we love, there comes a time when even those who absolutely love everything about what they do for a living feel discomfort and the need to rest. The problem is when not even rest is able to ameliorate it, yet the solution could be something as simple as changing your workwear.
We hear the importance of dressing appropriately yet dressing comfortably isn’t a subject that’s discussed nearly enough as it should be. Women are known to suffer for fashion, as in the example of wearing high heels, but discomfort at work is to be taken seriously because it can often lead to additional problems.
From compression of the nerves, yeast infections and poor posture to lack of productivity and poor quality of work to mention some, there are many consequences to wearing the wrong outfit, particularly the wrong pants which is why it’s important to pay attention to what you wear and preferably pick womens workwear trousers that are comfortable and the right fit.
What’s meant by this is no matter what your job may be, whether it’s office work or the warehouse, it’s essential that pants are made of breathable fabrics such as cotton and mesh, shaped for the female figure and with a waist that’s great for the body type; for instance, curvier women would do better with a higher waist as opposed to slim ladies and lower waist.
What can prevent gaping at the back with both lower and higher waist is ensuring the trousers have a curved shaped waistband. In case you’re up for more comfort, you could always choose elastic cuffs.
Other properties that usually favour men are the pockets considering women’s pants aren’t exactly known for the big pockets. You can tell great womens workwear trousers by the presence of many pockets in the design, and not only are they present, both front and back, they’re big enough for storage too.
Depending on the job itself, in case you require visibility, details like reflective tapes around the legs are a must. Okay, now that we’ve got the importance of comfy trousers covered, it’s time to talk about footwear.
For one, shoes that are either bigger or smaller than your size are trouble enough because both lead to muscle issues and discomfort, whereas shoes that don’t provide the required arch support lead to joint pain over time, resulting in either knee pain or even arthritis.
The key properties of adequate shoes you should look for are support, breathability, cushioned insoles conforming to the foot form, and based on what the needs are in terms of the job, composite cap and hazard protection.
Dressing comfortably should be the new dress code!